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The question I've chosen is "In relation to 20th century literature, how can we connect literary works to 21st century politics?" or basically "how is 20th century literature still relevant to readers today?" I'm wondering if the addition of politics is inappropriate for a group 1 category 2 EE. I like the idea of how older literature is still relevant to us, but is the politics part pushing it into a different subject?

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Your subject is English A Lit, right? 

 

Regardless, it's too broad. You need to pick specific texts from each century if you want to answer that.  

 

Yes, and I'm going to make a list of books soon and pick the ones I'm going to use. Could I pick one or two from the twentieth century and one or two from the twenty-first and compare them? (and of course edit my research question and thesis to include them)

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Your subject is English A Lit, right? 

 

Regardless, it's too broad. You need to pick specific texts from each century if you want to answer that.  

 

Yes, and I'm going to make a list of books soon and pick the ones I'm going to use. Could I pick one or two from the twentieth century and one or two from the twenty-first and compare them? (and of course edit my research question and thesis to include them)

 

 

Yes. I recommend that you only pick one from each century as you'll realise that 4000 words is not a lot if you want to go into a good amount of detail with your comparison. 

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